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$2,585,323,000,000 has been put into the Social Security trust fund.
But the government has siphoned all if this money off to be used by other agencies.
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Links to Federal Government's and Agencies' Financial Reports
2009 Deficit 4 Times More Than They Told You
Truth in Accounting issues the Financial State of the Union.
Get Out the Printing Presses
Where Will We Get the Money To Pay for the Bail Outs and To Reform Health Care? The Government is printing money, why don't you?
Providing Citizens With Fed. Financial Info
The Institute issues its annual four page Citizen's Report on the U.S. Government
Where Do We Stand? It is Not a Pretty Picture
The Institute issues its annual "Financial State of the Union."
Up, Up and Away!
Or is that Down We Go?
What Do We Owe and Where Do We Stand?????
Our country's financial condition is FAR worse than advertised. To fund all of our promises please send a check to the U.S. Treasury in the amount of $175,000 today.
All You Need To Know About Your Federal Government
• Where Do We Stand? • Are We Better Off? • What’s Next?
Can the 168 page Federal Financial Report be summarized in a four-page Citizen’s Report? The report was already a hit at the Advancing Government Accountability’s National Leadership Conference held on February 13, 2007.
Fuzzy Math: Fuzzy Decisions
Truth and Transparency in Federal Decision Making
Where Has All the Money Gone?
A Guide to Truth in Federal Government Accounting
The Financial State of the Union - 2006
Where do we stand?
Where Do We Stand?
The Financial State of the Union - 2005
Federal Government Accounting: How Does It Work?
A handbook explaining how the Federal Government keeps its books and the consequences of using cash based accounting
A Guide to Truth in Social Security Reform
A Guide to Truthful Numbers in the Social Security Debate
© 2012 Truth in Accounting